Blog posts tagged to "Trans-Pacific Partnership"

  • The remaining 11 countries still have good reason to maintain the TPP momentum.

    How can the TPP without the US still make sense?

    Published on Friday, 08 December 2017

    The revived Trans-Pacific Partnership retains significant potential for economic gains among its now 11 members, although the impacts will vary across countries.

  • Customs clearance in the PRC.

    TPP and RCEP – friends not foes

    Published on Monday, 20 June 2016

    TPP and RCEP are not perfect, but they can unlock Asian trade liberalization and growth. Supporting open accession, an eventual Asia-Pacific FTA and complementary national policies will help achieve this end.

  • Port activity in Chittagong, Bangladesh.

    RCEP - a life raft for trade liberalization in Asia

    Published on Wednesday, 20 April 2016

    The Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership offers hope in in an ocean of trade policy pessimism.

  • Production line at a rice cracker factory in Viet Nam.

    TPP no inspiration for Doha negotiations

    Published on Tuesday, 24 November 2015

    Even if their agendas seem alike, neither the content of the Trans-Pacific Partnership nor the process of the talks can provide a positive stimulus for the Doha Development Agenda trade negotiations.

  • Solving the regional and global trade jigsaw puzzles

    Published on Thursday, 05 June 2014

    The rise of mega-regionals such as the Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership (RCEP) and the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) suggest that the world trade system is fragmenting to appear more like a jigsaw puzzle than a spaghetti bowl. How do we resolve the growing mess?